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Backburning as an Alternative to Traditional Pre-Commercial ThinningAuthor(s): Lloyd F. Thomas; Thomas A. Waldrop
Source: Tree Farmer: The Practical Guide to Sustainable Forestry, May/June 1999
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionTwo studies--at the USDA Forestry Science Laboratories in Macon, Georgia, and Charleston, South Carolina - suggest that the cost of pre-commercial thinning can be reduced with low-intensity prescribed burning.
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CitationThomas, Lloyd F.; Waldrop, Thomas A. 1999. Backburning as an Alternative to Traditional Pre-Commercial Thinning. Tree Farmer: The Practical Guide to Sustainable Forestry, May/June 1999
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